Monday, October 8, 2012

Giveaway!: Downtown Tape Washi Tape

I am pleased to offer a giveaway from Downtown Tape of 10 rolls of washi tape and 25 tags.  Downtown Tape offers all of their washi tape at $1.99 a roll and flat rate shipping at $2.95!!  This giveaway is open to anyone world-wide and will be 10 of Downtown Tape's favorite patterns.

Head over and check out Downtown Tape's Facebook page and their website and sign up for their newsletter.  When you sign up for their newsletter, you will receive a free sheet of gifting tags that are designed for a fun washi splash. Valued at $10.00  Mine came to my email box within about 10 minutes of signing up!

Washi Tape is everywhere in paper crafting and altered art now a days and there are so many fun ways to use it.  I recently posted my layout where I used washi tape to create my patterned "paper" on a layout.




Washi is great for decorating everyday items - like these clips and tins (I have those very tins on my magnetic board in my scraping space and I am so pulling out my tape to decorate them).


And how darling in this frame with the little bunting made from washi!  Such a simple and beautiful decorating piece.


Now for the "rules":
To be eligible to win you must be a follower of this blog (see the right sidebar of my blog).  

Please leave a comment on this blog post telling me how you would use the washi if you won.

Then use the Rafflecopter widget to let me know you left the comment. 

Winner will be selected from the entries on Rafflecopter, but you must have a corresponding comment as well.

The giveaway closes at 12:01am EST on 10/16/2012.  The winner will be selected that day and I will post a blog here announcing the winner and will also attempt to message the winner.  The blog post will be up before 12:01AM EST on 10/17/2012.
  
Prize will be shipped directly from Downtown Tape.  I will need to provide them the winner's mailing address for them to ship you your prize.  Only 1 entry per person.


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33 comments:

  1. I would use washi on layouts and cards. I might also use it to seal envelopes, etc.

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  2. thanks for a chance to win! love all your stuff

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  3. thanks for a chance to win, I would use it on layouts for sure!

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  4. I love washi! I would use it on paper crafts, as well as altered projects - like Home Depot Kids Day projects where I didn't want to pull the paint out. ;-)

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  5. I would use the washi on my LO's and cards!

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  6. I would most definitely use my washi on some cards, gift wrapping, and maybe make some cute coasters as I've seen on Pinterest...but I would also do a bit of a Pinterest search for more ideas! :) Thanks for the chance to win some washi goodies!

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  7. I love using washi to spruce up all kinds of things. It adds such a fun touch.

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  8. I think the better question would be what WOULDN'T I use it for. :) My girls love to create projects with it and I love using it to create simple, added touches to cards and layouts.

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  9. That is a great price on washi!! I use washi in sooo many ways... I would use it on layouts, cards, altered stuff, to make my own embellies, etc.

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  10. I would use it to spruce up my office supplies and my daughters school supplies

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  11. I would use some washi to alter some things as Christmas presents this year as well as make a few cards!

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  12. Thanks for the chance! I would of course use some washi on layouts and cards! But I'm also thinking kraft wrapping paper and some Christmassy colored washi for Christmas present wrapping this year!

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  13. I hope to use it to make stripes on a card I've had planned for a while! I just haven't had enough washi to do it! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  14. I would use it on some cards and as many other things as I could find. I'm new to the craft and am loving the washi tape.

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  15. thanks for the chance! im gonna use the tapes for my album, stick on my nails (yes!), swap with my friends, stick on my laptop

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  16. Julie e, I accidentally deleted your comment while moderating on my phone but I did see it. I wanted to post this here to remind myself!

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  17. I would use the lovely washi on scrapbook layouts, minibooks, and on cards.
    Most likely on home deco, too! Possibly to decorate a wrapped gift as well....
    There are MANY good uses for washi in my house, and those rolls would find many friends here ;-)
    Thanks for the RAK! Eva

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  18. i love using washi on cards and layouts and never have too much!

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  19. This tape is lovely, would like to add it around my soap packaging and jewelry boxes with my logo in the middle, thank you!

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  20. The tape has such lovely bright colors I'd be quick to use it on the next "neon" challenge I came across!!!

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  21. I have NEVER used Washi before, although I just bought a few rolls from downtown tape a few weeks ago. I would love to have this to add to my stash. I am going to use it to make flags on the ends of my cords to keep them organized (eg, computer, monitor, printer cords), as well as on LO's and cards :-)

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  22. I love the clips using Washi I would do that! And I just used my first Washi this past weekend so I'm excited to find more uses.

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  23. I would make the clips. I am excited to use Washi more I just used it this weekend for the first time.

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  24. Oh my im new to using Washi Tape,but i LOVE al the colors and designs! I would use it for layouts and decorating!
    cgummerson@hotmail.com

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  25. I love using it for minibooks.

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  26. I would use it on cards and layouts! Thanks for the great giveaway!!

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  27. I use washi to create quick layers on layouts!

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  28. I love using it for quick layers on layouts and cards!

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  29. I NEED MORE WASHI! I don't have very much. I plan on using washi on
    - candle I saw the idea of wrapping candles in washi online
    - at work to pass along information and stick it up for people
    to decorate tacks at work
    - on projects for my son. I used it to decorate a lapook I made for him and had him help me with it.
    - on cards and layout as well!

    And I am sure many more ideas to come

    Thanks for this giveaway

    Nichol Tran

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  30. I use it a lot on cards on layouts! But I could use it for so much more!

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  31. I would use the washi on cards, mostly. My 2 yr old daughter likes to play with washi too, so I'll share a little with her!

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  32. I would use it to decorate frames, notebooks, and packages

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